The closest stylistic comparison, however, is the Entombment group made by the so-called Maître de Chaource, active in the late 15th and early 16th century. The rounded facial types, with sad expressions and elaborate veils, are all reminiscent of our relief. Whilst depicting a Biblical scene which shows Christ and his followers in the most human way, the figures in these scenes still embody the elegance of Gothic sculpture – young idealised faces, rich dresses and an excess of fabrics.
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